Dr. Coussens has research interests that lie broadly in the fields of health economics, health policy, and behavioral economics. Most recently, he has focused on clinical decision making by emergency physicians and its impact on patient health outcomes and healthcare costs. His research makes use of a variety of statistical methods primarily drawn from the fields of econometrics and machine learning.
PhD, 2018, Harvard University
MA, 2012, University of Chicago
BA, 2007, University of California, Los Angeles